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January 21, 2014

Coffee Enemas: The Importance of Glutathione

Coffee enemas are well known to relieve pain, nausea, general nervous tension, and depression. Coffee enemas, by lowering blood serum toxin levels, are also thought to increase cell energy production, enhance tissue health, and improve blood circulation, immunity, tissue repair, and cellular regeneration. Again, it is thought that coffee enemas support the body in these ways, in part by increasing glutathione levels in the blood stream.

Glutathione reacts with free radicals (which cause cell damage) in the bloodstream and makes them inert. These neutralized substances are then dissolved in the bile, released through the bile flow from the liver and gallbladder, and excreted through the intestinal tract.

In 2012, researchers Sabuncuoğlu S and Söhretoğlu D, from the Department of Pharmacognosy, Faculty of Pharmacy, Hacettepe University, in Ankara, Turkey, found that geranium also enhances glutathione levels in the blood stream.
This is fantastic news for a number of reasons:
  1. Many people are sensitive to caffeine. Caffeine is what increases the glutathione levels with the coffee enemas. Thus, geranium can be used instead of the coffee enema.

  2. For those who aren't sensitive to caffeine in the coffee enema, you can add geranium to your coffee enema for a greater benefit.

  3. Science, through geranium, is affirming that the healing concepts behind the coffee enema – raising glutathione levels – are effective for improving health. I propose that this blog post begin a conversation with the TV show "My Strange Addiction" and its Dr. Roshini Rajapaksa regarding negative statements made about the coffee enema. Coffee enemas are an effective healing tool. I have worked with thousands of people who have relied on the coffee enema for healing. Many of them have reported that the coffee enema has saved their life. Let's seriously look into the science behind raising glutathione levels.

  4. People who don't have enough time to take coffee enemas can use geranium suppositories.
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To use geranium essential oil in place of a coffee enema, first prepare the colon with the first two enemas in the series. Then, in 1-2 quarts of filtered water, mix one teaspoon of Celtic Sea Salt and 4-6 drops of Geranium Essential Oil per quart of water.

Please pass this blog post along to your friends. The negative press around the coffee enema means that we need to spread the word of their effectiveness one person at a time. You could save a life.

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7 Comments:

At May 13, 2016 at 9:56 PM , Blogger Algene Garrett said...

I've been doing coffee enemas for several years but when I found this site I have recommended it to friends and they are telling their friends, especially about the oils. Now the geranium oil I need to try because I am sensitive to caffeine. Thanks guys. I love your products. Algene

 
At July 13, 2016 at 11:16 AM , Blogger Optimal Health Network said...

Hi Algene,

I am happy to hear that coffee enemas have been helping you over these years, and thank you for sharing them with your friends! Geranium is an excellent oil to use in an enema. I also recommend using the Coffee Enema Essential Oil Blend. It is caffeine free, and is a wonderful substitute for coffee.
http://www.optimalhealthnetwork.com/OHN-Coffee-Enema-Essential-Oil-Blend-p/5061.htm

 
At July 22, 2016 at 8:42 AM , Blogger MamaShell said...

Can you use Pink Himalayan Salt in place of the Celtic?

 
At July 22, 2016 at 8:43 AM , Blogger MamaShell said...

Can you use Pink Himalayan Salt in place of the Celtic?

 
At July 22, 2016 at 10:10 AM , Blogger Optimal Health Network said...

Hi MamaShell,

Yes, you can use Pink Himalayan Salt in place of Celtic Sea Salt.

 
At July 24, 2016 at 12:24 PM , Blogger MamaShell said...

Okay, I'm ready for the Enema Series. Can you tell me what I should use in enemas 1 and 2? I've got enema coffee and tangerine EO for the coffee enema. But I don't have your enema soap or EO blend for the first 2 enemas. Can you tell me what I could use instead? I've got Dr. Woods Almond Castile soap as well as Dr. Woods unscented baby mild Castile soap (both with Shea butter). I also have some bars of Kirk's original Castile soap. I also have frankincense, myrrh, peppermint and many other therapeutic grade EOs from a reputable company. Also, did I read/hear correctly that I'm to use 1 tsp of the sea salt per quart of water in all 3 enemas, including the coffee one?

Oh and I'm picking up liquid chlorophyll tomorrow. How much do I take before the first enema (how many mg?)? And do I take it just the one time, 30 min prior to first enema?

Thanks for any advice you can offer as I endeavor to do this!

 
At July 25, 2016 at 10:55 AM , Blogger Optimal Health Network said...

Hi MamaShell,

Below are instructions on how to do the enema series, along with the products you will need for them.

http://www.optimalhealthnetwork.com/Enema-Series-Enema-Videos-How-To-At-Home-s/374.htm

We recommend using the goat milk soap and the essential oil blend in our 3 step protocol, but you can replace our soap with castile soap and our essential oil blend with a blend of your own oils. We recommend a total of 5-10 drops for the entire enema.

For the sea salt, you do not have to add it to every enema. It is mainly used with essential oils to help them blend into the water, but you can add sea salt into all of the enemas to help balance your electrolyte levels. I do not believe you need to add a teaspoon per quart. I recommend starting off with one teaspoon per enema and you can work up from there.

We suggest drinking 4-8 teaspoons of liquid chlorophyll thirty minutes before starting the enema. Which is based off of our liquid chlorophyll.

http://www.optimalhealthnetwork.com/Liquid-Chlorophyll-for-Coffee-Enema-p/711.htm

In good health,
Optimal Health Network

 

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